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"The Neighbors Chat"


The Robinson’s have a family-owned store and Chris, their next door neighbor, comes over to have a look and chat.

Mr. Robinson: Hey Chris, I heard you were hired for the head coaching job on our football team. Congratulations!

Chris: Thanks. So far so good. You know this is my first head coaching job so I’m kind of in over my head right now with all the new responsibilities and such.

Mr. Robinson: Yeah, welcome to the club. You just gotta learn to stay on top of things.

Chris: Yeah, well I don’t even have it that bad. My friend from college coaches in Washington, and he just lost his starting quarterback to an injury. I’d have trouble keeping my chin up if that happened to me. Anyway, I wanted to see if you were selling any computers out here. I need a faster one so I can see up to the minute stats online.

Mr. Robinson: I have no idea. Jan!

Mrs. Robinson: What’s up, honey?

Mr. Robinson: Do we have any computers in the back?

Mrs. Robinson: Not today, but we should next week. An electronics store is going out of business and getting rid of everything but the kitchen sink. I’m going to check it out in a few days.

Chris: Sounds good. Keep me posted.

Mrs. Robinson: So how’s the team doing, Chris?

Chris: Well, we won our first game. Next week’s going to be a good match. The newspapers are saying it’s anyone’s call who will win. Did you see the first game?

Mrs. Robinson: No, I don’t follow football. It’s all Greek to me. I’ve tried to understand it before, but I just don’t get it.

Chris: Well, you two should come out and watch anyway. This next game’s gonna be neck and neck. It’s definitely not in the bag just yet. Hey, is Little Timmy trying to sell baseball cards to that guy?

Mrs. Robinson: Yep, he’s a chip off the old block, isn’t he?

Chris: Yeah, it seems like just yesterday he was running around in his birthday suit and now he’s doing business like his dad.


 

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La Traducción

The Neighbors Chat: The Robinson’s have a family-owned store and Chris, their next door neighbor, comes over to have a look and chat.
Los Vecinos Conversan: La familia Robinson tiene su propia tienda y Chris, su vecino de al lado, viene para echar un vistazo y conversar.

Mr. Robinson: Hey Chris, I heard you were hired for the head coaching job on our football team. Congratulations!
Hola Chris. Oí que fuiste contratado como entrenador principal por nuestro equipo de fútbol americano.
¡Felicidades!

Chris: Thanks. So far so good. You know this is my first head coaching job so I’m kind of in over my head right now with all the new responsibilities and such.
Gracias. Hasta ahora todo va bien. Sabes que es mi primer trabajo como entrenador principal entonces estoy medio abrumado ahora con todas las responsabilidades nuevas y demás.

Mr. Robinson: Yeah, welcome to the club. You just gotta learn to stay on top of things.
Sí, bienvenido al club. Simplemente necesitas aprender a estar al tanto de todo.

Chris: Yeah, well I don’t even have it that bad. My friend from college coaches in Washington, and he just lost his starting quarterback to an injury. I’d have trouble keeping my chin up if that happened to me. Anyway, I wanted to see if you were selling any computers out here. I need a faster one so I can see up to the minute stats online.
Sí, pues ni la tengo tan mal. Mi amigo de la Universidad, entrena en Washington y acaba de perder su primer quarterback por una herida. Me costaría ponerme contento si eso me pasara a mí. De todos modos, quería ver si vendías unas computadoras aquí. Necesito una más rápida para poder ver estadísticas en vivo.

Mr. Robinson: I have no idea. Jan!
Ni idea. ¡Jan!

Mrs. Robinson: What’s up, honey?
¿
Qué pasa
, cariño?

Mr. Robinson: Do we have any computers in the back?
¿Tenemos unas computadoras atrás?

Mrs. Robinson: Not today, but we should next week. An electronics store is going out of business and getting rid of everything but the kitchen sink. I’m going to check it out in a few days.
Hoy no, pero deberíamos tener la semana que viene. Una tienda electrónica se está cerrando por falta de vendas y está tirando casi todo. Voy a ver dentro de unos días.

Chris: Sounds good. Keep me posted.
Suena bien.
Avísame.

Mrs. Robinson: So how’s the team doing, Chris?
¿Entonces cómo está el equipo, Chris?

Chris: Well, we won our first game. Next week’s going to be a good match. The newspapers are saying it’s anyone’s call who will win. Did you see the first game?
Pues, ganamos nuestro primer partido. Lo de la semana próxima va a ser un buen partido. Las periodistas están diciendo que cualquiera puede decidir quien ganará.
¿Viste el primer partido?

Mrs. Robinson: No, I don’t follow football. It’s all Greek to me. I’ve tried to understand it before, but I just don’t get it.
No, no sigo de cerca el fútbol Americano. Es como chino. He tratado de entenderlo antes, pero simplemente no lo comprendo.

Chris: Well, you two should come out and watch anyway. This next game’s gonna be neck and neck. It’s definitely not in the bag just yet. Hey, is Little Timmy trying to sell baseball cards to that guy?
Pues, ustedes dos deberían venir y mirar de todas maneras. Este partido de la semana que viene va a ser competitivo. Definitivamente no es seguro todavía. Oye, ¿Little Timmy está tratando de vender cartas de béisbol a ese tipo?

Mrs. Robinson: Yep, he’s a chip off the old block, isn’t he?
Sí, es parecido a su padre, ¿no?

Chris: Yeah, it seems like just yesterday he was running around in his birthday suit and now he’s doing business like his dad.
Sí, parece que justo ayer andaba corriendo desnudo y ahora está haciendo negocios como su papá. 

 

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